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    SICK looking drop we built

    another sick "stunt" at the back of my friends house that we built together. nate, niko and i make some nasty stuff. now its just time to wait until we all heal before this will be gunni pigged
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    That is pretty sick, lucky to have it in your buds yard too, not a better place to have it then in your yard...
    Hope you have fun "gnarling" that drop
    Get better soon and post action pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    That is pretty sick, lucky to have it in your buds yard too, not a better place to have it then in your yard...
    Hope you have fun "gnarling" that drop
    Get better soon and post action pics
    hahahaha i knew that would become a used term. Hopefully i can go gnarling tomorrow before work
    im all about midget drops

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilikepinkbikes
    hahahaha i knew that would become a used term. Hopefully i can go gnarling tomorrow before work
    gnarling...haha

    I forgot to add, The drop looks well built
    Jake
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    Didn't you read the sticker on that shock? It said not to do whatever you did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpjackal989
    I think ill go hit it tommorw and take pics
    suck it

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    Good job!

    I think ill go hit it tommorw and take pics
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    ahh ya niko just invited me, i dont know what your problem is
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    Quote Originally Posted by vpjackal989
    ahh ya niko just invited me, i dont know what your problem is
    nope, hes hitting it first when hes better sorryyyy

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    Thats a freakin awesome backyard, if my parents let me, I would turn it into a bikers paradies.
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    you might want to steepen the trannyso you don't end up shocking to hard..
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    Quote Originally Posted by scabrider
    you might want to steepen the trannyso you don't end up shocking to hard..
    hah shocking, well we will see once we do it. it looks alright for now. not the best landing tho but good enough

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    you might want to steepen the trannyso you don't end up shocking to hard..
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    does it still qualify as a mountainbike?
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    I've beat beer cans on my limp pee pee.

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    You freakin' rich kids.

    A house by the lake, gnarlin' drops in the back yard, free medical coverage. I'm waiting for Beaver Cleaver to come walking around from the front yard.
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    You might want to watch your handle bar or even your shoulder on that tree right there. trust me, trees hurt your shoulder. acualy the tree doesnt your pad does from digging into it.
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    ... and if we just ... that's tight

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    gnarling...haha

    I forgot to add, The drop looks well built
    dude that thing is really cool..have fun
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    wheres the landing ramp...
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    ...yeah, A bit too close to the tree dont you think? Dont clip your bars before hucking off that.
    i want to post more but i can't stop riding!

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    sweeet drop, that skinny looks a lil shaky but u deal with what u got. u make any lake jumps?
    Looking for a 7.87 x 2.25mm shock, any brand any age that runs well!! cheap would be appreciated!

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    I like that brace on top of the bricks...very rickidy....might want to put more cross braces on the panel board
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    Thats a sick drop.... Also a sick place to put it, nothing better than your own yard... But... Nice house and property, right on the like, amazing.

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    looks awsome, i need to build something like that in my backyard but i just got too many dang trees.
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    Those concrete blocks look a bit sketchy at the base but the rest of it looks sturdy enough. You'd have been better off putting the post down to the ground than propping it on two bricks that can move relative to each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by themarsvolta55
    another sick "stunt"......
    yeah, that drop looks sick. you better give it some medicine....

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    thats a sweet jump and i like all your other stuff also but i think i would be cool if it was the skinny to the drop to the othe jump down farther.............................then into the lake J/k
    if you had a crap bike that would be sweet
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    My parents let me build a drop in the backyard, as long as I made it strong. Everything has lag bolts, and the posts are 2 feet into the ground.
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    Good job! sick

    sick drops guys. keep building!!!!!!

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